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B.C. boys rugby quarters: Vataki drop-goal a last-second dagger as Mariners stun Bateman

Earl Marriott Mariners (grey) battled the Robert Bateman Timberwolves on Wednesday in the quarterfinal round of the BC boys AAA rugby championships in Abbotsford. (John Van Putten, The Abbotsford Times)

South Kamloops Titans’ middle distance standout Kala Stone, pictured on her way to gold in the girls 1,500 metres at Swangard Stadium in Burnaby, looks to cap her prep career with third straight B.C. title at the distance on Saturday at Langley’s McLeo…

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Yale’s Ryan Rizzo (left) lays a tackle on Earl Marriott’s hard-charging Colin Stonier during top 10 contest earlier this season. Both Surrey’s Mariners and the Lions of host Abbotsford hit the quarterfinal stage of provincial AAA action Wednesday. (PNG…

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Cowichan Thunderbirds’ players celebrate a double overtime victory over seven-time BC champion Carson Graham in Saturday’s Triple A rugby finale at UBC. (Arlen Redekop, PNG)

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Pictured here in 2009 as an eighth grader, Langley Secondary’s Georgia Ellenwood distinguished herself Saturday as B.C.’s most dominant high school heptathlete ever. (PNG file photo)

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Back in high school, Head of the Class alum and Blue Jays’ third baseman Brett Lawrie had the swing down pat. (PNG photo)

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Handsworth’s Robert Sacre, now a Los Angeles Laker, is one of our Top 10 Head of the Class alums. Here’s part 2 of our video tribute to HOC’s best.

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Head Of The Class’s Howard Tsumura counts down 10 of the top athletes from HOTC through the last 14 years in this three-part series, including Brett Lawrie, Christine Sinclair, Robert Sacre and Rebecca Marino.

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Head Of The Class’ Howard Tsumura counts down 10 of the top athletes from HOTC through the last 14 years in the second part of this three-part series, including Brett Lawrie, Christine Sinclair, Robert Sacre and Rebecca Marino.

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With only a sock covering his numb left foot, Ben Weir of Glenlyon Norfolk School, chased by Oak Bay’s Liam Kennell, speeds through the snow-covered course in Prince George on Nov. 3 at the B.C. High School Cross Country Championships. (Photo – David Mah, The Prince George Citizen)

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